biografía de Daniel GARBER (1880-1958)

Lugar de nacimiento: North Manchester, IN

Lugar de defunción: Lumberville, PA

Direcciones: his home Cuttalossa" in Lumberville, PA, from 1907"

Profesión: Painter, teacher

Estudios: Art Acad. Cincinnati, 1897-98, with Nowottny, Duveneck; Darby School, Fort Washington, PA, with with Anshutz and Breckenridge, summers, 1899-1900; PAFA, with Anshutz, 1899-1905 (traveled to England, France, and Italy on Cresson scholarship, 1905-07)

Exposiciones: PAFA, 1902-56 (gold medal, 1911,1919, 1937); Phila. AC, 1910 (award), 1923 (award); Corcoran Gal., 1908-57 (4th prize, 1910; silver medal, 1912); NAD, 1909 (prize), 1915 (prize), 1917 (prize), 1922 (award), 1923 (award), 1927 (prize); ACP, 1910 (prize); CI, 1910 (prize), 1924 (prize), 1925 (prize); 1921 (gold medal); AIC, 1911 (prize); Buenos Aires Expo, 1910 (medal); Pan-Pacific Expo, San Francisco, 1915 (gold); SC, 1916 (prize); Newport AA, 1916 (prize); all major exhibs. since 1930.

Asociaciones: ANA, 1910; NA, 1913; NAC; SC, 1909; Phila. Print Club; Soc. Am. Etchers

Obra: CAM; CGA; Cincinnati Mus.; AIC; Univ. Missouri; Ci; Mus. Arts & Science, Los Angeles; Ann Mary Brown Mem., Providence; NAC; MMA; CI; St. Paul IA; PAFA; Detroit AI; Mem. Hall, Phila.; Locust Club, Phila.; Albright Gal.; Swarthmore College; NGA, Phillips Mem. Gal., both in Wash., DC; AA, Topeka, KS; Herron AI; Hackley Mus., Muskegon, MI; Woodmere Art Gal; Herron AI; Reading (PA) Pub. Mus.; PAFA

Comentarios: Leading New Hope (Bucks County) Impressionist. Established studio in Phila. in 1901 and worked as an illustrator, commercial artist and portrait painter while studying at the PAFA in the evenings. About this time met and married a fellow student, Mary Franklin. After returning from travel abroad in 1907, he settled near New Hope, where he became known for his decorative, tapestry-like landscapes. He was also an important teacher, at Phila. Sch. Design for Women, 1904, and PAFA, 1909-50 (taught at academy's Chester Springs summer school from 1919). Signature note: He had periods of alternating his signature style between cursive and block letters.

Fuentes: WW53; WW47; Danly, Light, Air, and Color, 37-38; 300 Years of American Art, vol. 2: 764-65; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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